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|adapter||of course you DON'T want to reset the message buffer on timeout|
|core||added timeout on read message ioctl|
|Kconfig||existing Realtek driver, from linux-2.6.12.xtreamer_ver22_unicorn|
|Makefile||added timeout on read message ioctl|
|README||allow external module build as well as better kernel integrated build|
*** RTD 1283 Linux HDMI-CEC driver *** Description: This is a modified version of the 2.6.12 kernel HDMI-CEC driver from Realtek for use with cecd and other HDMI-CEC Linux utilities and libraries. It aims at adding the following enhancements: * interruptible read * timeouts on R/W operations * HDMI-CEC wakeup Getting the source: * From git: git clone git://github.com/xtreamerdev/cec.git Compilation: You must have the sources for an RTD 1073/1283 Linux kernel available, as well as a MIPS compilation toolchain. You can find a fedora VMWare image with such a toolchain, as well as an RTD1283 kernel source (for Xtreamer devices) at: http://code.google.com/p/xtreamerdev/downloads/list Edit KERNELDIR in the Makefile to point to your kernel source and run 'make' Installation: Copy cec-dev.ko to your Realtek system, and run: insmod cec-dev.ko This should create the /dev/cec/0 HDMI-CEC device Note: Currently, if you rmmod the module and run insmod again, the /dev/cec/0 target will not be created the second time around.